A law unto itself: the untold story of the law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell

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Morrow, 1988 - Business & Economics - 360 pages
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For more than 100 years, the Wall Street law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell has played a dominant role in how the American government acts and how the American people live. This is the first book to examine the results of the firm that conceived the role of the corporate lawyer. 16 photos.

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From its founding in 1879, Sullivan & Cromwell was no ordinary law firm. Early on, it devised new ways of forming huge monopolies, and in 1902-04 was instrumental in convincing the U.S. government to ... Read full review

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Sullivan versus Cromwell
15
Nothing but a Paid Attorney
25
Cromwell the Revolutionary
39
Copyright

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